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Clarke, John

62 Risbygate St, Bury St Edmunds

In 1844 White's Directory John Clarke is listed as a brewer (15 Crown St)

In 1855 White's Directory John Clarke is listed as a brewer (74 Risbygate St)

In 1861 census John Clarke (47y from Bury St Edmunds) is listed as a Maltster & brewer employing 3 men (at 74 Risbygate St).

In 1865 John Clarke is listed as a maltster & brewer.

In 1874 John Clarke is listed at 62 Risbygate st

In 1892 John Clarke is listed at 62 Risbygate st

In 1900 the Clarke Brothers are listed as brewers & maltsters (at 87 Risbygate st),

In 1912 the Clarke Brothers are listed as brewers & maltsters at the Risbygate Brewery (Risbygate st)

Acquired by Greene King & Sons in May 1917 (together with 28 public houses) and closed.

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